Observer holds Open House

Community welcome to visit office next Friday for coffee and contests

Here at the Observer, we love the holidays. And to celebrate this year’s festivities, we’ve decided to host an open house for the community.

Next Friday, November 25, we invite you to come have a hot cup of coffee or tea with us, and enjoy some holiday goodies.

As a bonus, you can pick up Holiday Treasures, our newest song book featuring treasured recipes from the community. Children can bring in their finished colouring contest and get a Christmas treat, and adults can enter a draw for free advertising in the new year.

This year, we are also collecting non-perishable items for the Agassiz-Harrison Community Services food bank.

Our open house runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in our office at 7167 Pioneer Avenue.

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